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, getting in toward western kansas. so you have that too. zeroing in toward dallas, the humidity was out there. lightning is bankly to the north with the humidity in the air. 100 in dallas. it's going to feel like 105, 106. big day. getting in toward houston as well. another heat warning. that's because you're going to see temperatures feeling like about 110 with that heat index. look at that thunderstorm complex rolling out of colorado toward western kansas city. it's right around kansas city. gusty winds up to about 40 miles per hour for if first part of the morning. check out the video we got from yesterday. remember we were watching this from the little rock area, northeast of little rock. gusty winds that went on through. not a tornado, but you can see the trees are snapped off right there. just unbelievable amounts of power that went through the region. power outages as well. we'll see more severe weather but it looks like it shapes up in the western half of the nation. and we'll get to that coming up in just a little bit. >> you got it. thank you. >>> listen to this story. a baref
pressure in the northeast stretches down the gulf coast. look at the heavy rain pulling out of kansas, now in toward kansas city and the rest of the city too. north of i-70, right around hastings, nebraska. kansas city, you're dry now but showers and thunderstorms move on in, and they're going to get close to chicago later today as well. most of the thunderstorms have been wet in chicagoland. you'll see these begin to pop up shortly firefightor you later t afterno afternoon. >>> we're following the breaking story of the death of the longest running u.s. senator in history. we remember ted kennedy this morning. go to the facebook page and write your comments about your biggest memory of him or what you want to say about him and we'll read your comments this morning. >>> we received an incredible and wonderful amount of notes and letters from friends and colleagues in the senate and from people here in massachusetts. all very touching. >> wonderful outpouring of support. >> that was senator ted kennedy talking about the support that came pouring in after he was diagnosed with a brain tumor b
a military penitentiary at a soon to be closed state prison in michigan and ft. leavenworth, kansas. republican senator brownback of kansas anticipates bipartisan opposition. >> the leadership in the congress about what the leader options are, because it may have been a unanimous vote of the united states senate not to move the detainees unless you work with the local community. bret: we have new details tonight on what the u.s. commander in afghanistan will ask for later this month when he delivers his status report to the defense secretary. national security correspondent jennifer griffin reports it comes during a very difficult period for allied forces fighting the taliban. >> its was the deadliest month in afghanistan for u.s. troops since the start of the war. 74 nato troops killed in july. 43 of them were americans. all eyes now are on general stan mccrystal, who was given 60 days to review the situation on the ground in afghanistan after taking over as the top u.s. commander there. defense secretary robert gates and admiral mike mullen asked mcchrystal to meet them for a sec
through st. louis, kansas city, towards denver. the primary threat from these thunderstorms today going to be from large hail and damaging wind. we also have the threat for some flooding mainly across missouri. one to two inches of additional rainfall possible here. of course, we want to talk more about air travel and let you know how this mess sorts itself out in just a bit. robin. >> it looks like a wet one. thank you very much. appreciate it. >>> keep an eye on wall street and your 401(k) today. the markets around the world are sharply lower, and it doesn't look better for wall street. the dow futures index shows triple digit losses. they say he after months of waiting for a turnaround investors are looking for good economic news to set up less bad economic news. >>> the biggest bank fiasco this year could affect you whether you're a customer of theirs or not. you hear how colonial bancgroup's failure could shake up mortgage rates. úgs >>> in our salute to the troops today, a deployed sailor is getting the honors. he'll soon be home, but not soon enough for his gill friend. go ah
, junction city, kansas, for this week's diner discussion on health care and the economy from the heartland. a day on the days that you have arthritis pain, you could end up taking 4 times the number... of pills compared to aleve. choose aleve and you could start taking fewer pills. just 2 aleve have the strength... to relieve arthritis pain all day. others by the car of their dreams. during the lexus golden opportunity sales event, you can do both. special lease offers now available on the 2009 is 250. i think i'll go with the basic package. good choice. only meineke lets you choose the brake service that's right for you. and save 50% on pads and shoes. meineke. >>> in our travels this week, we visited kansas, a conservative form state that like everywhere in america is dealing with the fallout of the national recession. let's take a look at some of the numbers. the unemployment rate in kansas, 7.4%. now, that's better than the national rate, but kansas lost the highest percentage of jobs in any state in the month of june, the latest numbers available. one thing helping the economy in the
's a pretty active morning. coming in from eastern kansas towards missouri, that's the thunderstorm line. it's really in the warm sector. warm, tropical air down the southern half of the country. oklahoma city radar picture picking up a squall dying out now across eastern oklahoma. more showers, more thunderstorms coming out of eastern kansas, rolling in towards missouri, too. then up the line in towards minnesota, minneapolis, you had a thunderstorm complex over you about an hour ago. here it is, up north across extreme western wisconsin. later this afternoon, this whole area will erupt in severe thunderstorms. i'm thinking you'll see large hail around kansas city, down through oklahoma city, isolated tornadoes still possible late this afternoon, so be following that later today. as for the rest of the country, you can see a couple showers outside indianapolis and then more rain skirting up the jersey coast. but you get away from that, it's going to be a hot one for you nyc. heat advisory. it's going to feel like 92 to 95 today. we'll talk about that in about a half hour. >> a little warm.
within the united states to relocate some of the terror suspects. joining us from capitol hill is kansas republican senator pat roberts. with he know you're here to discuss this, and we want to talk about these 229 terror suspects and whether they will end up in prison in the united states, but i want to get your reaction quickly to talk that these birthers are hurting the republican party. what's your reaction to this birth movement and i guess the fascination, not just the media, but people in general are having about the folks who choose to deny that barack obama with proof was born in hawaii? >> i don't know how many of the so-called birthers, i have never met any, are republicans or independents or democrats, but i think they're on an issue that simply does not exist. i think the president was born in the united states. by the way, i was born in topeka, kansas. maybe they want to look at that. >> kansas is a beautiful state, wonderful city. like i said, i don't want to drag you into this, but it is -- you've got some republicans who were kind of cornered, might say ambushed on the h
to washington, she served as secretary of the kansas department on aging where she was responsible for overseeing the state's older americans act programs for the distribution of medicare payments and regulation of nursing-home life insurance. she served the state of kansas as the assistant secretary for aging and randy state's long- term care program. -- ran the state's long-term care program. she also served as secretary -- the chief of staff and chief of operations for the governor. she brings to the administration on aging a strong commitment to impairing and protecting older consumers. -- to end poweringe endmpowering and protecting older consumers. she is the front line of defense in this effort. these are the values that also underlie our program, empowering seniors to prevent health care fraud. now i am proud and excited to have kathy here leading our office on aging. i am thrilled she is here today to introduce as to secretary sebelius. [applause] >> good morning. this will probably fall over. it is good to be with you this morning and it is wonderful to have the opportuni
in kansas city. you're watching "early today." >>> good morning, everyone and welcome back to "early today." i'm dan kloeffler. >>> san online journal by george sodini, a man who shot to death three women at a fitness center shows he was lonely. he prepared that for nine months, even making practice runs to the fitness center. >>> american psychological association declared wednesday that mental health professionals should not tell gay clients they can become straight through therapy or other treatments. instead, the organization urged therapists to consider other options to help clients whose sexual orientation conflicts with their religion. >>> in a somewhat surprising turn in college rankings, the u.s. military academy at west top sits a top "forbes" magazine of best universities. based on quality of education, student experience and student achievement saw princeton fall to number two, california institute of technology third, harvard in fifth. >>> and an unemployed mother, pregnant with her seventh child, is turning to ebay to help earn a little money. the mom is selling the rights to
. cumberland this temperature is 79 degrees. look at today's highs. kansas, denver, kansas city, memphis. we have the coolness from the lakes east. this warmth will spread east. it is thanks to a big storm system in the northwest. temperatures in boise in the 60s thanks to this low spinning here with the showers and thunderstorms around in to montana, as well. but that storm system at the same time will kick that heat. in think southern part of the country east and northeast. we will be joining that in a couple of days. right now high pressure, southern ohio in to west virginia. as the high pulls away the winds turn around and temperatures come up. 85 today. 70s to the north w-9 0s south. tonight in the 60s. upper 60s downtown and 50s north and west. tomorrow, yeah, we are pushing 90. comfortable buffalo over to boston. look at sunday. temperatures shoot up to the mid, maybe even the upper 90s. going to raleigh, 100, norfolk 96 and even richmond well in the 90s. only boston stays in the 70s. 85 beautiful degrees this afternoon. we have 90 tomorrow. 95 at at least on sunday and monday and by
another. who is the best team in the big 12 north? kansas, which comes in at number 25. that doesn't seem fair to me. >> in latte land, broncos and seahawks. late second quarter, fourth and goal, orton scrambles. this was a bad idea. with his left hand. he's picked off by ken lucas. orton 17-23 and a touchdown. fourth quarter, scary moment. chris simms to ken mckinley, simms goes down in pain. >> professional football, jeremy shockey and the saints taking on texas, shockey got into a training-camp scuffle with the texans. shockey can work and play well with others. shockey, look at that, hurdling a defender on the way to a seven-yard gain. later in the second quarter, mike bell takes the handoff then takes off, finding a seam through the right side, runs 46 yards -- it's an open house and everyone is invited, saints blow out the texans 38-14. >> semifinal, cincinnati masters, roger federer against andy murray, murray has won four in a row against roger. when roger was told about the streak, he said, "when my game is on, i know i can beat any player in the world." it's not cocky. he has th
-bats. kansas beat the tigers. the oakland-white sox game is 2- in the 9th inning. the orioles lose to the angels. we'll be back on masn in just a moment. (announcer) what does greatness taste like? round of miller lite.
the odds again in the super kansas drawing. his prize, 900,000, taking home after taxes 628,000. >> not bad at all. >> controversy is going around the redskins million dollar man, albert haynesworth. >> fox 5 news dave ross has more. >> probably the one guy you don't want to make mad is big man albert haynesworth, and he lines up against jason brown of st. louis, with very interesting comments about big al, stick around, you'll hear more. >>> is that does it for us. >>> and look for us on line or through your mobile phone. have a great evening.  with heson off to college, liturned to target for great deals. like a twen dollar comforteror his bed. a fridge for healthy snacks a readingamp to study by and a cell phonto call home soiz chose target showing off herollege smartabout savings targ. pe more. y ss.
fellow kansas people. that is not happen every day in washington. i like to share a few brief introductions for our newest secretary. she was appointed by president obama as the fourth assistant secretary for aging at the department of health and human n june. health and services in june. prior to coming to washington, she served as secretary of the kansas department on aging where she was responsible for overseeing the state's older americans act programs for the distribution of medicare payments and regulation of nursing-home life insurance. she served the state of kansas as the assistant secretary for aging and randy state's long- term care program. -- ran the state's long-term care program. she also served as secretary -- the chief of staff and chief of operations for the governor. she brings to the administration on aging a strong commitment to impairing and protecting older consumers. -- to end poweringe endmpowering and protecting older consumers. she is the front line of defense in this effort. these are the values that also underlie our program, empowering seniors to
't. kansas city is most important but want hem to be the best player he can be at kansas city. >>reporter: expecting of kansas city. looks like the chiefs high price starting quarterback castle could miss the season opener here in baltimore. details on that. highlights of the orioles and yankees in our play of the week count down. all coming up on sports unlimited tonight. back to you. >> bruce thank you very much. back to maryland state fair with philip michael thomas from miami visa. >> request in the studio for a funnel cake. >> yes. looks like i have to bring one back. fabulous out here. a lot of good fabulous food that you can get and a lot of good rides and fun out here a.lot of people out here for a monday afternoon evening but i think it is because the weather is so nice and we will 10 to hold on to nice conditions for the next several days. let's go to the graphic talking about the temperatures. temperatures in the 70's across the area right now. we'll continue to see the temperatures leveling out through the overnight. looks like we will stay dry and will feel pretty
you? >> reporter: and i'm here in kansas city, missouri, with the cnn express. i've been hearing a lot from people across the country. we've started in georgia, went through tennessee, kentucky, illinois, missouri, and now into kansas and then into iowa. we're finding out what people are feeling about health care. the debate, as we've seen, has been heated in town hall meetings all over the country. when we stopped in paducah, kentucky, i had a very civilized, very normal conversation with some folks about their fears and hopes for health care reform, christine. have a listen to this. >> reporter: we are hearing different things from people wherever we're going but i haven't found too many people around here who are opposed to reforming health care. >> i'm for the idea but i don't think that congress and the president have done a good job of disseminating information. i'm just hearing a lot of talk. >> reporter: what about you? >> i think right now we have a lack of choice. i mean, health care is expensive. the average cost of the coverage i found more often than not are more expensive
elected congresswoman from kansas. >> -- to find the great wide hope. >> the spokeswoman apologized for the word chase saying there may be some misunderstanding when they talked about the great white hope. since the phrase great white hope was coined during the search for a white boxer to take the heavyweight crown back from jack johnson in 1910, there really isn't a lot to misunderstand here. worse -- the california congressman and the clown who thinks this was satire. oh, there's tape of this now. >> i'm a proud right wing terrorist. >> amen, god bless you. there's a great american. >> turns out the guy's also a birther, still congressman herger defends him. congress ma you maybe you should introduce this paranoid to congresswoman great white hope over here? all that and more now on "countdown." >> amen, god bless you. >>> tonight at the jfk library in boston, the crowds having wait ford hours to pay there respects to edward m. kennedy, the man they sent to the senate nine times who served them in that capacity for nearly five decades. good evening from new york. one year ago this
of kansas city and south of omaha. look at the line of thunderstorms vming here. no tornado warnings but any time you see a yellow box pop up, that's a strong warning. that's near houston and nebraska. north of kansas city, look at your radar sweep picking up very well right now. a nice line of thunderstorms going all the way toward missouri. i want to show you this one thunderstorm across western illinois. that was severe about a half hour ago. now it's not severe but there's heavy rain. more showers around western ohio and western indiana. look down to your south. louisville might get clipped by this. cincinnati will get clipped by this. later today we'll watch this area light up, all the spots in red. this area in western nebraska, late in the evening hours. be following that. hot temperatures when you get out there. tulsa, 105, 110 with your heat index. out west, things are oklahoma. your high today in phoenix around 114. >>> right around savannah, georgia, we talked about heavy rain around the coast. 2.5 inches of rain in savannah funneled into the roadway. you can see the cars swallowe
served as the kansas department on aging where she was responsible for overseeing the at older americans act program and a long term care payments and regulation of the life insurance survey before she became secretary of beijing ms. greenlee is served with the state of kansas and ran the state long-term care of this program. previously she served as general counsel at the insurance department where she oversaw the senior house insurance counseling program and she also served as secretary or as the chief of staff and chief of operations for governor sebelius. kathy greenlee barrista the administration and aging a strong commitment to an powering in protecting older consumers whether it be from scams are health-care fraud or other types of abuse and exploitation and she holds a firm belief in the value of senior volunteers as a front-line of defense in this effort and of course, these of the values that also underlie the smp program and powering seniors at the grass-roots level to help prevent health-care fraud. i am proud and excited to have kathy here in the being our office and adminis
see the radar sweep coming on by. most of it between kansas city and st. louis and down to the south. see a nice little shape there. heavy downpours, lightning. we'll watch the area to be aglow with activity over the next couple of hours. another thunderstorm complex out of colorado to western parts of kansas. one thunderstorm warning out of that, too. new video from taiwan, too. look at the damage from the deadly typhoon. floodwaters of over seven feet. we saw eight feet of rainfall in taiwan over the weekend. 14 people so far have died unfortunately. taiw taiwan's government says about 1.5 million people are without electricity and 1 million people are displaced by the one storm. they actually evacuated a million people on the china coastline, too, as that slow-moving heavy rain maker churns. unbelievable, rob. >> yeah, concern it's a bigger story. >> unfortunately. >> you are talking about a million people displaced already. >> right. evacuated on the china side, too. >> thanks. >> unbelievable. >>> the canine ka companion may be smarter than you think. most can count to five and
of oklahoma back into kansas. we're going to see severe storms possible as we go throughout the day today. we've already seen severe weather this morning across parts of the heartland. you can see the showers and thunderstorms down toward the oklahoma city area back to the north of town. you've seen another round of showers and thunderstorms. see what happened. this is from another roupd of showers on saturday and sunday. this is a high school near the area. we saw damage as a result of a half of foot of rainfall, gusty winds associated with those storms and knocked down buildings around a school and pieces of a roof were blown off and limbs were scattered around the parking lot. we could see more damage like that as we go through the day today. showers and thunderstorms pressing into parts of arkansas. these storms are weakening but we could see stronger showers and thunderstorms again later on today with another round. back across kansas you see showers and thunderstorms continuing to press up toward the hutchinson area. we'll see one to three additional inches of rainfall across that part
detainees might be headed for the military prison at ft. levinworth has kansas officials in an uproar. >> places a bulls eye on this community. >> this is a bad idea. >> reporter: administration officials say the maximum security prison in standish, michigan, are being considered as possible multi-purpose destinations for detainees that could contain courtrooms for both federal criminal trials and military commissions and house in one place detainees now being sorted into three groups. those being held for trial, those being indefinitely detained, and those cleared for release, but without a country to take them. in standish, michigan, where the unemployment rate stands at 24%, the maximum security prison is slated for closure. some local officials support using it as a detainee facility to preserve jobs. but michigan congressman disagrees saying turning michigan into a terrorist penal colony is not the way to improve the situation. for now the white house is dodging the argument. >> well, i don't know to the degree to which they've gotten into specifics and certainly no final decisio
? >> um-hmm. >> what was that like? >> that was very fun. we went to kansas and nebraska also. and it was just fun. >> what were some of the things you saw? >> very large things. >> large things. >> we like things big in america. >> yes. like a large ball of twine, the biggest ball of twine which we added twine to. >> the largest porch swing. >> um-hmm. >> you said the largest painting photo? >> the largest reproduction of a van gogh painting. >> you actually saw dorothy's slippers? >> we went to the wizard of oz museum. >> well, did you come back with -- it enables you to help mom write the book or give her some ideas? >> somewhat, yeah. >> let's get to some of our book club kids. >> this question is for ingrid. the main setting of the book was in the midwest. why did you choose there? >> well, it all started out because of the very first sentence of the book, which says that the family had to move to the deepest part of inland because one of the boys in the book causes a hurricane. and i had to look and find out where the deepest part of inland was, and it was in kansas. i t
to ditch all the bills and start over from scratch. steve brown is in kansas city with that story tonight. steve? >> would congress after months of debate study take a mulligan and retee up health care? what would be the motivation? after all in the u.s. senate, the democrats there even after ted kennedy's death have 5 the votes. that's an overwomenning majority that's one short of being filibuster eye proof. illinois senate illinois dick durbin said today he was not sure he has got all 59 of those democrats on board with health care reform in the first place. >> we need a bipartisan bill. we are working with three republican senators now to try to bring them in to make this bipartisan. >> well, three republican senators holding an invitation health care here in kansas city today say the way to get a bipartisan health care bill done is to have the republicans involved from go. for the republican leader in the senate, that means starting over. >> we ought to step back, start over, and target the individual problems that we know we have related to cost and access. and drop the notion of put
. and them in kansas. but ranking republicans, they are definitely against the idea. the house minority leaders, they were calling on the administrations to quote to go back to the drawing board. and that is the kansas center. they say that moving the detainees to them simply won't work. >> i would say that this is to mr. obama. listen to the american people. and will and now, don't move the detainees to kansas. it's working where we have them now. >> the obama administration continues to struggle with their promise to close the u.s. navy prison. that is by next january. while laying fears about holding terror suspects on u.s. soil. >>> the cbs evening news, they are less than an hour away. katie couric is joining us live with a preview. hi katie. >> hey. coming up, you needed the best medical care possible after losing both of his legs in iraq. but when the va could not help this wounded warrior, he set out to find healthcare on his own. we'll have that story and of course much more tonight, only on the cbs evening news, right after nine news now. leslie, back to you. >> all right, kat
to the south, and severe thunderstorms possible. kansas city through st. louis towards chicago late today. i think most will fall to the south, but notice some rare offshore to the carolinas. it will bleed back in today. look at the fog. that's what's developing right here. this gray shade as it expandzs, atlanta hartfield jackson will get the big delays with poor visibility first thing in the morning. look at that thunderstorm complex around oklahoma city. zero in towards your action. most of it right overhead. it's a loud start for oklahoma city. that falls apart later this afternoon. more thunderstorms late today. we have more on that in a half hour. good to see you on this monday morning. >> thank you. >> it's like we were just here. >> yes. >> summertime heat for you. >> you're tired of seeing me bob? >> no. baking my brain with the heat is all. >>> time is ticking for a lot of people collecting unemployment, but it may be a while before jobs bounce back. what the white house wants to do to keep the lifelines from drying up. >>> a salute for the troops is from a newlywed. her husband de
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hagans, the former kansas city chief. ray lewis finally applying the pressure as he chases jason campbell to the sideline. the ravens side stepped what would have been a big play for the redskins. >> stan: the ravens were bringing pressure. there's holes in these zones behind pressure, because they're giving up some zones. if you give it enough time, they've got pressure on him and there wasn't enough time to make a good pass to the wide open receiver. >> gerry: get a look at chris carr as a punt returner. >> false start, number 51 offense. 5-yard penalty. still fourth down. >> gerry: walt anderson our referee for tonight. new punter taking down the fourth down duties for the redskins this year. chris carr will be on the receiving end. former tennessee titan. takes it inside the 20. dances his way across the 25. stretches out close to the 29- yard line before todd yoder can bring him down. (announcer) what does greatness taste like? round of miller lite. (announcer on call) ...here it comes... watch this now... got it! my goodness! now you have seen it all. (announcer) that's what greatne
the kansas abortion dr. george tiller wars assassinated mr. terry gave a press conference calling dr. tiller a mass murderer saying he reaped what he sow. shortly thereafter one of the handful of doctors in the u.s. who still does abortions gave a speech in denver, he said in august 1993, randall terry on the national christian radio broadcast invited listeners to assassinate. since no longer with that group, they sent out a fund-raising appeal celebrating the fact dr. tiller's clinic has been closed and they're calling for action this weekend against another doctor who does abortions. his nape is dr. leroy carhardt and he practices in nebraska. a fund-raising appeal showing a pick che of dr. carhardt and a picture of his clinic, operation rescue says this is leroy carhardt who plans to take tiller are's place as the number one abortionist in america. with your help we can stop him. now that george tiller's mill is closed forever, leroy carhardt plans to take his place, open a new butchering mill he already operates in nebraska. kniss is where operation rescue comes in. as you know our years
as a rookie head coach trying to turn around in a kansas city tteam. we will have the yankee highlights for you at 11:00. first, tom tasselmyer with a cooling off coming your way. >> a registered sex offender is back behind bars after he was a key -- accused of kidnapping and assaulting an aberdeen woman caridad and tonight, in emotional reunion for a maryland teenager and his birth parents. the story of how he became estranged from his family and how they were able to reconnect. $5 for the sub, huh? what about the drink and the chips? extra. think a $5 sub is a good deal? it's time to unthink. kfc's new $5 fill-up boxes, each with a side... and medium drink for just $5 bucks. unthink. and taste the unsub side of kfc. this is fabulous! new kentucky grilled chicken! marinated and grilled to perfection... for that five-star, fall-off-the-bone taste. mix original and grilled in your bucket! taste the unfried side of kfc. ç>> the closer we get to fall, the more the temperatures fall. >> yes, indeed. this beautiful weather is going to continue for a few more days. those seven because the c
out the end the game, 5-4t, kansas city. it pirates and rockies.lmost colorado with a one-game lead in the national league wild card race. look out. w here comes conolorado. they're good. troy tulowitzki, got the cycle earlier in the week. paul maholm, his only hit ofr game. top four, jason marquis, winlesi for a month.e. the major league's first 12-game winner got another one today. dexter fowler, three doubles and three runs batted in. 10-1. the rockies blow out the pirates. tiger woods speaks after great first round at the pga championship, and you'll hear it next. plus the latest on tom brady preping to take on the eagles. hi. it's pretty easy to see what "draws" me to esurance... with my family, a job, and a pretty long commute, it's hard to find time to take care of things like auto insurance. let alone how much it can cost! i chose esurance because they saved me money in no time! with "quote, buy, print" convenience, you can start saving in minutes. and, with hassle-free automatic payments, that's one less bill that piles up get your fast, free quote today- --and get animated
orleans they've got to get a running game. kansas city a lot of transition there this year. then a bye week and come back against tampa bay. >> kenny: michael on first down. and the pass is caught, brought down at the 21 yard line by mcbride. >> daryl: looks like they're playing a lot of games at home in the beginning of the year and playing a lot of games on the road at the end of the year. >> kenny: also an early bye, week four. dimichelle at second and 4. >> daryl: the philosophy to the early bye they try to sell you on is that it comes almost at the midpoint that you start training camp to the regular season. i never bought into it. >> kenny: and a look at the early schedule for jim caldwell's colts. they will open at home against jacksonville and then head on the road for three of their next four games. >> daryl: interested to see what miami did in year. i think everyone is interested in arizona. they lost their offensive and defensive coordinator. everyone is gearing up towards that big showdown with tennessee. >> kenny: to the end zone, touchdown! brandon gibson, the rookie out
. >> the ravens wrap-up with preseasons thursday, and then get ready for the kansas city chiefs' opening the regular season. at least, that was the game plan before the chiefs had a setback. there was a problem, along with the leg. quickly, he realized it was worse than he thought. he left the game and did not return. they are not sure of the extent of the injury. please stay with us. 11 news continues, r hearts happy... ...and big hearts happy too. because as part of a heart healthy diet... ...those delicious oats in cheerios can help naturally lower cholesterol. (cheerios spilling) cheerios. how can something so little... ...help you do something so big. >> and low humidity. >> perfect. thanks for joining us. >> this is a wbal tv 11 editorial by president and ceo of jordon wertlieb. >> it is that time of year, and more than 1 million students are heading back to school. state school officials are looking to continue to improve the state's top right public school system. there is no question that that is the key to helping us emerge from the economic downturn, and we need better prepare
this afternoon. he will start friday night in the exhibition game against the kansas city chiefs and his teammates are fired up. >> he can bring a lot to the team. he does bring a lot to the team. we cannot win -- wait to get to work. >> the washington redskins continued to work toward saturday night's game against e steelers. this will be another [unintelligible] they continue to work on the basics like holding onto the football. they fumbled friday night against the ravens. that cannot happen. >> i will be confident and if i think about it i might fumble. >> he will be conscious of hanging onto the ball so we have been doing different drills and distracting drills. he has made a good effort to make sure he secures the ball before he turns. >> the play of the day comes from last night's giants-packers game. passing but look out. he is stripped and they are thinking scoop and score. returning it 18 yards for the winning touchdown. giants win 24-7. the skins open the regular season against the giants september 13. the big news out here is stephen strasbourg is a washington national. back
. there is this a shot by kansas state player. watch this. off the scoreboard, off the floor, and he got it. this video has more than 40,000 viewers. it is turned him into an internet superstar. he scored 44 against texas' last year. this made him a superstar. isn'that incredible? there's something big happening at pizza hut. - woooh, nice! - that's a lot of food! now get big meals like our stuffed pizza rolls, pizza mia, the p'zone... and our personal panormous pizza starting at just $5. the big eat tiny price menu. only at pizza hut. - woooh, nice! - that's a lot of food! now get big meals like our stuffed pizza rolls, pizza mia, the p'zone... and our personal panormous pizza starting at just $5. the big eat tiny price menu. only at pizza hut. > you may speak. >> thank you for that. very heavy rain hang on just south of the county. it will be out of the picture before long. here is what we expect for the next seven days. scattered storms tomorrow afternoon. more likely to be widespread friday and saturday. it will bring pleasant weather for sunday, monday, and tuesday. tuesday around the area. >> abc
a run, and win it. good defense tonight in kansas city. here comes david dejesus. whever the royals can do, the indians can do better. the luooper to left. acrobatic catch. the redskins continued to prep for the new england patriots coming into town on friday. some good things to take away from their win against the steelers fred the coaches love to the play of their top-season acquisition. haynesworth said he is happy things are coming together for their defense. >> we were not too disappointed. i thought we need to gel. >> we flushed the quarterback. just to see him have to move away wamusic to my years. >> monday night football, baltimore, the ravens taking on their former defensive coordinator and his new team the new york jets. that is mark sÁnchez. oh, no, right into the arms of the defender and he runs for a touchdown. second quarter, clemens behind center, he goes ck to pass. that is not your teammate. he will take that in 16 yards for the touchdown. the ravens hang on to win a pretty good game. >>> may we have another like today? >> still comfortably warm, wednesday, hot and h
you see, we're standing outside gates, your favorite kansas city barbecue place. you got a couple of slabs headed your way. happy birthday from your very first co-anchor. we love you, we miss you. bye. >>y want to wish jeremy hubbard, you happy birthday, man. >> happy b-day. >> wait a minute. how did you do that? >> i wish could you have seen his expression. that lady was your first co-anchor. >> maria. she's a great, great, great friend. we worked together in kansas city. i haven't seen her in forever. i saw her pop up, maria, what are you doing? in front of my favorite barbecue in the world. >> we wanted to fight off the people who wanted to say happy birthday. of course hi to get you a little something. peter, do you have it? >> it's coming out now. >> oh, my gosh, my wife is here, too. a double whammy. >> you're always singing. we wanted to give someone else a chance to sing. >> get on out here. come around. >> hi, tanya. >> it's too early. the dogs will start barking. >> there's my beautiful wife, tanya, who is a beautiful star. >> and what did you tell me, you got his favori
." >>> then on "american dispatch" from ft. riley, kansas. off to war again. soldiers and familiar lives the first infantry division take another turn in the army cycle of families praying. this is the "stast union" report for sunday, august 23rd. >>> karzai and his top challenge rer claiming victory in last week's election. it could be weeks or more before the official results are certified. it is an uncertain military situation as well with fighting between u.s. forces and the taliban intensifying. and fresh indications president obama could soon be asked to commit more american troops. here to talk about this and other global challenges is the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff admiral mike mullen and carl ike enberry. there are complaints, escalating complaints this sunday about fraud in the election. so the threshold question of will this balloting be credible, what is your answer? >> well, right now we're waiting for the results of this election to come in. the electoral -- the independent electoral commission, they're waiting for the tallies to be count from across the country. there's been charg
. it's 96 in kansas city, same thing in dallas. it's this heat that will visit us sunday and monday. the dividing air will move north and the thunderstorms should stay in new york and back in new england and we'll end up with dry weather. seven-day forecast looks like this -- we'll be in the mid-90s on monday with a heat index near a hundred. a cold front comes through monday night and tuesday. that should get rid of the heat. scattered showers and thunderstorms possible. but the high temperatures will foul back in the mid-80s by thursday and friday. just a few appearance by -- i'm not even going to call it a heatwave. two days that doesn't count. >> we saw the clouds out there -- the crowds out there. >> yeah, 29,000. if you are standing in it with pads on -- >> yeah, you can call it what you want. >> skins' fans, they don't care. >>> ahead in sports, fan b appreciation day. [ inaudible ] gó >>> we're discussing the redskins off camera, on camera. >> it's getting heated. is it asking too much to see your offense go down and -- >> yeah. >> you want them to look sharp. that's all.
at the united states as a country that has changed its way and has elected someone from kenya and kansas. i will put it like that. >> that's quite a headline again. did you know that wreck obama was from kenya and kansas westerner and i think it's from fighting to eisenhower was from kansas. i'm from kansas. stu and his mother is from kansas and his father is from kenya. his parents are from kenya and kansas. i don't she said the. >> i know it. she said the united states of america has elected a person from kenya and kansas to resident. there are a few interesting things. we also played her in the opening of the show talking about fidel castro, the communist leader people can't get enough of. here's congresswoman watson while al-hadi here i would like to weigh in on something. leaders i have ever met. tomatoes people locked in jail for fighting for freedom and hoping for human rights. he is such a great leader people tried to get him tried trying to get into miami. message at a town hall meeting. this is supposed to be a healthcare meeting. a town hall meeting where people are able to ask q
. president, listen to the american people, don't move the detainees to kansas. it's working where we have them now. shepard: of course, kansas is just one of the states reportedly under consideration. we are told no one has yet made any final decisions. there is also word that gitmo detainees could get criminal trials on the east coast. white house insiders say the attorney general eric holder is considering several districts in virginia and washington. the districts said to be in the running have experience in high terrorism cases and each has high security facilities capable of holding dangerous inmates. it would be a major departure from the pentagon's original plan of holding guantanamo bay related trials only in america's heartland. well, the iranian president mahmoud ahmadinejad is one step closer to his second term in office. the country's supreme leader, the ayatollah al khomeini fully backing ahmadinejad there has been political attention in iran since the disputed election in june. it's played out today's endorsement ceremony. watch the interaction in this video. khomeini hands
in on the regular season. it starts september 13 against kansas city. the first half the season, what grabs your attention? >> stan: the first thing is the san diego and having to go to nuked play a new england team with tom brady who lit it up. >> gerry: they will see brett favre when they go to minnesota. it's victory formation now for the ravens. it starts on the flood cleveland november and it's a chilly second half. pittsburgh coming to baltimore on november 29. at green bay on december 7. you have to hope the adrenaline is flowing. it's going to be chilly there. >> stan: i played in green bay in december and it's not nice. you with pittsburgh after christmas. >> gerry: john harbaugh has to hope that the playoff scenario is set positively because you don't like to make a west coast trip with the playoffs on the line. in the victory formation taking a knee. the panthers cannot stop the clock. for a third straight week john harbaugh when his ravens will celebrate a win. the pre-season doesn't mean anything to anybody but i can't help reflect on the f
is back. the starting quarterback for the minnesota vikings. he will go against the kansas city chiefs. $12 millio the new starting quarterback for the vikings. three weeks ago he said he would stay retired because he did not think his 39-year-old body could handle the nfl. he continued to work and he is not soar. despite a slight tear in his rotator cuff he will compete at a championship level. he will start against the kansas city chiefs friday night. brett favre with the minnesota vikings. the nationals have won nine straight here at home. we will have more at 6. back to you. >> next, riders beware. - woooh, nice! - that's a lot of food! now get big meals like our stuffed pizza rolls, pizza mia, the p'zone... and our personal panormous pizza starting at just $5. the big eat tiny price menu. only at pizza hut. oh yea, well for 6 months, customers get all three: fios tv, internet and phone for just $79.99 a month. oh, all right, see... you're just moving your fingers, aren't you? i gotta cut my nails. (annncer) now get three amazing fios services for the price of two. tv, internet, an
problem. but as we mentioned, there are three sides to this story. this low, coming from georgia, kansas. we'll show you. we think of big energy, going to be north of the area. as a matter of fact, the later we move into tomorrow, the less of a chance you're going to see in showers. as a matter of fact, by late afternoon here. it may just be very, very cloudy with a passing shower or thundershower. not unlike your basic forecast. we'll continue to cover this three-headed system if you will, on air and online. wjz.com. kim will have more details about your forecast coming up. >>> we continue our coverage of tropical storm danny. now in ocean city, where jessica kartalija is live with concerns at the beach. good evening, jessica. >> reporter: good evening, mary. good evening to everyone at home. you couldn't tell from what it looks like out here right now, but it was an absolutely gorgeous beach day here in ocean city. but that was until we got a few sprinkles, the beach completely cleared out. and as you see, all of these clows are starting to roll in, fast and fierce. and those waves are
. it may be located in kansas or at a michigan prison about to shut down. the revelation comes a day after a detainee apparently committed suicide inside the psychiatric ward at guantanimo bay. >>> six people were wounded in a shooting outside a chicago church where a gang member's funeral was being held. there was a stampede when people inside the church heard that shots were being fired. precautions were taken so the shooter couldn't get inside. >> they locked the doors for about two or three minutes and then they opened them back up and found four bodies lying on the ground. >> it was so brazen, so much violence in schools and church is supposed to be a safe haven. and if that is is being violated, we are really in trouble. >> witnesses say that the shooter ran off. no one has been arrested. police believe the shootings are gang-related. >>> a massachusetts woman who posted her son's baby pictures on her family's blog got a surprising lesson in why that's not such a good idea. and you may think twice about posting your kids' pictures online after you see this report from sean kelly. >>
gitmo detainees to kansas. the mayor of leavenworth says housing isn't the problem. she is going to join us live. gretchen: all he wanted to do was help these geese cross the road just to get to the other side. for being a good samaritan, he gets a ticket for jay walking. common sense? peter: looking at kennedy space center. mission to start at the end of august. ??ç@ w wúwúw it's the chevy open house. and now, with the cash for clunkers program, a great deal gets even better. let us recycle your older vehicle, and you could qualify for an additional $3500 or $4500 cash back... on top of all other offers.. on a new, more fuel efficient chevy. your chevy dealer has more eligible models to choose from - more than ford, toyota, or honda. so save gas... and money... now during the chevy open house. go to chevy.com for details. steve: now 27 minutes before the top of the hour and a fox news alert. the white house has just released a statement on former president bill clinton's surprise trip to north korea. he is trying to win the release of two captured u.s. journalists. the wh
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